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Table 3 Mean CAMI and RIBS scales (and decile) for sociodemographic and clinical characteristics

From: Attitudes and intended behaviour to mental disorders and associated factors in catalan population, Spain: cross-sectional population-based survey

Categories Authoritarianism (range 5–35) 95 % CI Benevolence (range 5–30) 95 % CI SCMH (range 5–50) 95 % CI Intended Behaviour (range 5–20) 95 % CI
Gender
 Men 27.6 (75.4)a 27.5; 27.7 27.5 (90.1) 27.3; 27.7 40.4 (78.7) 40.0; 40.8 16.6 (77.6)a 16.4; 16.9
 Woman 25.2 (67.5)a 24.9; 25.6 27.7 (90.8) 27.5; 27.9 40.0 (77.8) 39.6; 40.4 16.2 (76.5)a 15.9; 16.5
Age category
 15–44 25.6 (68.6)3,4 25.3; 25.9 27.5 (90.2)2,4 27.3; 27.7 40.6 (79.0) 3,4 40.2; 41.0 16.9 (79.4)3,4 16.7; 17.1
 45–64 25.3 (67.8)3,4 24.9; 25.8 28.0 (92.2)1,4 27.8; 28.3 40.7 (79.4)3,4 40.2; 41.2 16.6 (77.5)3,4 16.3; 17.0
 65–74 22.4 (58.0)1,2 21.7; 23.1 27.5 (90.1)4 27.0; 28.0 38.9 (75.3)1,2 37.9; 39.9 15.3 (68.5)1,2,4 14.6; 16.0
 >75 22.4 (58.0)1,2 21.7; 23.1 26.5 (86.2)1,2,4 26.0; 27.1 38.0 (73.4)1,2 37.0; 39.0 14.2 (61.3)1,2,3 13.5; 14.9
Education level
 Primary 23.1 (60.2) 22.6; 23.6 26.9 (87.8) 26.6; 27.3 35.7(68.3) 35.0; 36.4 15.3 (68.6) 14.8; 15.8
 Secondary 24.8 (66.1)b 24.5;25.1 27.8 (91.0)b 27.5;28.1 37.8 (72.8)b 37.4; 38.1 16.7 (77.9)b 16.5; 16.9
 Universitary 27.0 (73.3) b 26.5; 27.5 27.7 (91.3)b 27.6;27.9 38.0 (73.3) b 37.3;38.6 16.7 (78.1) b 16.3; 17.1
Social Class
 Low 24.3 (64.3)c 23.8; 24.7 27.4 (89.6)c 27.1;27.7 37.0 (71.2) 36.4;37.6 16.0 (73.3)c 15.6;16.4
 Medium 24.8 (66.1)c 24.5; 25.1 27.6 (90.5)c 27.4;27.8 37.5 (72.2)c 37.1;37.8 16.5 (76.6)c 16.2;16.7
 High 26.1 (70.5) 25.6;26.7 28.0 (92.0) 27.7;28.3 38.2 (73.7) 37.6;38.7 17.1 (80.8) 16.7;17.5
Nationality
 Spanish 25.0 (66.8) 24.8; 25.3 27.7 (90.7) 27.5; 27.8 37.5 (72.2) 37.2; 37.8 16.5 (76.7) 16.3;16.7
 European (not Spain) 23.9(62.9) 22.6; 25.2 27.8 (91.2) 27.2; 28.4 37.3 (71.8) 35.6; 39.0 16.6 (77.6) 15.7; 17.5
 African 23.5 (61.6) d 22.4; 24.6 27.0 (88.2) 26.1; 28.0 36.4 (69.9) 34.7; 38.2 15.5 (69.8) 14.3; 16.6
 American 23.9 (62.9) d 22.8; 24.9 26.9 (87.5) 26.0; 27.7 36.2 (69.4) 34.9; 37.6 15.3 (69.0)d 14.4; 16.3
 Asian/Oceania 20.9 (53.1)d 15.8; 26.0 25.4 (81.5)d 22.5; 28.3 34.3 (64.8) d 30.1; 38.4 13.7 (57.8)dd 11.8; 15.5
Having had a MD
 With a MD 25.5 (68.2)a 24.9; 26.0 27.9 (91.7)a 27.6; 28.2 40.1 (78.1) 39.4; 40.8 16.4 (76.3) 16.0; 16.9
 Without a MD 24.7 (65.8) a 24.5; 25.0 27.5 (90.1)a 27.4; 27.7 40.2 (78.3) 39.9; 40.6 16.4 (76.0) 16.2; 16.6
Contact with MD
 Contact with anyone with a MD 26.1 (70.5)a 25.8; 26.4 28.2 (92.8)a 28.0; 28.4 38.6 (74.6)a 38.2; 38.9 17.4 (82.9) a 17.2; 17.7
 No contact with MD 23.7 (62.3)a 23.4; 24.0 27.0 (88.2)a 26.8; 27.3 36.3 (69.5)a 35.9; 36.6 15.4 (69.5) a 15.2; 15.7
  1. a p < 0.05: differences between values of each variable in unadjusted regression models
  2. 1: Differences (p < 0.05) regarding to group 15–44 years old. 2. Differences (p < 0.05) regarding to group 45–64 years old. 3. Differences (p < 0.05) regarding to group 65–74 years old. 4. Differences (p < 0.05) regarding to group older than 75 years old in bivariate ordered logistic regression models
  3. bDifferences (p < 0.05) regarding to population with primary studies (considered as reference category in Education level variable)
  4. cDifferences (p < 0.05) regarding to High Social Class (considered as reference category in Social class variable)
  5. dDifferences (p < 0.05) regarding to Spaniards (considered as reference category in Nationality variable).ddDifferences (p < 0.001) regarding to Spaniards (considered as reference category in Nationality variable)